EE 174 – Industrial Robot
Read each question and answer carefully and choose
the correct answer.
1-Robot is derived from Czech word
(A) Rabota
(C) Programming is same for both
(B) Elbow extension
(D) All of the above
(C) Arm sweep
5-Match the following
(D) Wrist bend
Robot part
(B) Robota
a. Manipulator arm
(C) Rebota
(D) Ribota
2-A Robot is a
(A) Programmable
(B) Multi functional manipulator
8-Radial movement (in & out) to the manipulator arm is
1. For holding a piece or provided
(A) Elbow extension
b. Controllers
2. Move the manipulator arm and end effector
(B) Wrist bend
c. Drives
3. Number of degrees of freedom of movement
(C) Wrist swivel
4. Delivers commands to the actuators
(D) Wrist yaw
d. Gripper
(A) a-1, b-4, c-2, d-3
(B) a-3, b-4, c-2, d-1
9-Industrial Robots are generally designed to carry which
of the following coordinate system(s).
(A) Cartesian coordinate systems
(C) a-3, b-2, c-4, d-1
(B) Polar coordinate systems
3-The main objective(s) of Industrial robot is to
(A) To minimise the labour requirement
(D) a-4, b-3, c-2, d-1
(C) Cylindrical coordinate system
(B) To increase productivity
6-Drives are also known as
(A) Actuators
(D) All of the above
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above
(C) To enhance the life of production machines
(D) All of the above
4-The following is true for a Robot and NC Machine
(A) Similar power drive technology is used in both
(B) Different feedback systems are used in both
(B) Controller
(C) Sensors
10-The Robot designed with Cartesian coordinate systems
(A) Three linear movements
(D) Manipulator
(B) Three rotational movements
7-Clockwise of Anti clockwise rotation about the vertical
axis to the perpendicular arm is provided through
(A) Shoulder swivel
(C) Two linear and one rotational movement
(D) Two rotational and one linear movement
11-The Robot designed with Polar coordinate systems has
(A) Three linear movements
(B) Three rotational movements
(C) Electric drive
18-In which of the following operations Continuous Path
System is used
(A) Pick and Place
(D) All of the above
(B) Loading and Unloading
15-Internal state sensors are used for measuring
__________ of the end effector.
(A) Position
(C) Continuous welding
(B) Position & Velocity
19. End effectors can be classified into two categories
which are…
(B) Hydraulic drive
(D) All of the above
(C) Two linear and one rotational movement
(D) Two rotational and one linear movement
(C) Velocity & Acceleration
12-The Robot designed with cylindrical coordinate systems
(A) Three linear movements
(D) Position, Velocity & Acceleration
(C) Two linear and one rotational movement
16-Which of the following sensors determines the
relationship of the robot and its environment and the
objects handled by it
(A) Internal State sensors
(D) Two rotational and one linear movement
(B) External State sensors
13-Which of the following work is done by General
purpose robot?
(A) Part picking
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(B) Welding
(C) Spray painting
17-Which of the following is not a programming language
for computer controlled robot?
(D) All of the above
14-The following drive is used for lighter class of Robot.
(A) Pneumatic drive
(B) Three rotational movements
(D) None of the above
(A) elbows and wrists
(B) Grippers and end of arm tooling
(C) grippers and wrists
(D)end of arm tooling and elbows
20. The amount of weight that a robot can lift is called…
(A tonnage
(B) pay load
(C) dead lift
(D) horse power
21. The number of ways in which a robot arm can move is
known as:
(A Degrees of rotation
(B) Degrees of freedom
(C) Degrees of arc
(D) Coordinate geometry
22. An automated system responds to the external changes
in three steps.
A. Automation, control, and function
B. Measurement, programming, and evaluation
C. Measurement, evaluation, and control
D. Temperature, speed, and pressure
23. For a machine to be a robot and not just considered
automated, it must have three or more
A. Axes
B. Axles
C. Wheels
D. Axons of motion
24. Robot fits into two categories:
A. Hard automation and soft automation
B. Reprogrammable and multipurpose
C. Manipulative and directional
D. Industrial and commercial
25. Two of the most common ways of classifying robots
A. Complexity and simplicity
B. Physical characteristics and work envelope
C. Motion and speed
D. Hydraulic and pneumatic
26. The definition of a robot’s “work envelope” is:
A. How far it can reach
B. How long it takes to perform a task
C. How fast it processes information
D. How many pieces of mail it can sort
27. Which of the following is not a basic component of a
A. Power supply
B. Controllers
C. Arm
D. End-of-Arm and peripheral tooling
E. Laser Rod
B. Improved interaction and communication
C. Enhanced contact and interplay
D. Increased lounging and relaxation
29. Technology has advanced so much in the last 20 years
that automation has become
A. Entertaining
B. Monotonous
C. Invisible
D. Too easy
30. One growing area in robotics is developing new ways
for robots to:
A. Attain more human appearance
B. Excel in athletic performance
C. Consume energy
D. Solve problems
Define the following terms:
1. Automation (2pts)
2. Hard Automation (2pts)
3. Soft Automation (2pts)
4. Robot (2pts)
5. Programming (2pts)
6. Teach Pendant (2pts)
7. Peripheral Tooling (2pts)
Enumerate six main types of industrial robots:
1. Cartesian
2. Polar
3. Cylindrical
4. SCARA (Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm
5. Delta
28. Which of the following are two advantages of using
robotics technology?
A. Reduced labor costs and predictable output
6. Vertically Articulated